The Shannara Chronicles is MTV Trying to Make the Fantasy Varsity Football Team as a Scrawny Freshman
This will be the only analogy to sports aside from the title I’ll make for the rest of this review. It puts the show exactly how I felt after watching the pilot “Chosen” into a context that people who know anything about MTV will understand. The Shannara Chronicles essentially has potential as that high school […]
Marie Lu’s new book The Young Elites was my first book by her, but I am ridiculously impressed. It’s incredible. THE YOUNG ELITES AUTHOR: Marie Lu PUBLISHER: G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers RELEASE DATE: October 7, 2014 GENRE: Young Adult, Fantasy LENGTH: 355 pages Get a copy of The Young Elites for your bookshelf now! […]
Birthright #1 Writer: Joshua Williamson Artist: Andrei Bressan Publisher: Image Release date: October 8, 2014 Try out Birthright #1 for yourself. When I was just a wee lass, I loved to daydream. I’ve lost count of how many fantasy stories I had thought up staring out my classroom window; everything from a hole appearing beneath […]
Guardians of the Galaxy creator Dan Abnett invents a world of anthropomorphic animals who encounter an out-of-this-world threat in BOOM! Studios’ new Sci-Fi fantasy, Wild’s End. Wild’s End #1 Writer: Dan Abnett Artist: I.N.J. Culbard Publisher: Boom Studios Release Date: September 10, 2014 Try Wilds End #1 if you need more anthropomorphic animals in […]
Low #1, from creators Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini, sets the stage for an undersea, epic fantasy adventure. With an excellent script and stunning visuals, Low is sure to win readers hearts and minds. Low #1 Writer: Rick Remender Artist: Greg Tocchini Letter: Russ Wooten Publisher: Image Comics Release date: July 30, 2014 Buy Low […]
Fairy tales merge with the modern era in Selah Janel’s dark fantasy adventure Olde School. “Caught in a tug of war between past and future, that’s what I am.” Paddlelump “Padd” Stonemonger is a business man first and a troll second. He runs a successful troll bridge that leads to a beautiful clearing and a […]
Saved the town from a horde of baddies? Better have a drug and booze fueled party. It’s just what a Rat Queen does. Check out the first glorious moment the Rat Queens stole my heart and quite possibly my wallet. Rat Queens #6 Writer: Kurtis J. Wiebe Artist: Roc Upchurch Cover artist: Roc Upchurch Publisher: […]
Once again, SFFSFF was amazing! Saturday, January 11, 2014 was the Ninth Annual Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Film Festival presented by EMP Museum and SIFF. “SFFSFF,” as it is commonly referred to, draws a sold-out crowd to the Cinerama every year. The film festival is so popular that SIFF has added an encore showing […]
Let’s face it: You already know that you’re going to see this movie, so let me tell you why that hypetrain you’re riding is totally justified.
I quite often discover things after they begin and then go back to the start and eagerly devour the contents. So for some of you this might be old news. About three months ago I discovered The Mongoliad. It was the first book in what I thought was a trilogy and it was attached to […]
Witches, Stitches & Bitches Edited By: Shannon Page A STITCH IN TIME… IS JUST THE BEGINNING OF THE STORY.
Who knew Knights of the Round Table also made great shirtless miners? Obviously, Morgana did.
I finally finished the third book in the ongoing series Fires in Eden by Stephen Zimmer and damn, I’m in mixed emotions. (In a good way)
Game of thrones is the first novel in the “A Song of Fire and Ice” fantasy series by George R.R Martin and the first episode of the television adaptation has hit the airwaves by the way of HBO, but does it stack up to the printed word?